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The new Jeep Grand Wagoneer is going to have one of the first-ever McIntosh Automotive Reference Systems

I'm sure the car is great and all but this audio system might be even cooler.
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McIntosh has been getting a lot of buzz for its recent work with Jeep for their upcoming in-car audio systems but the most impressive system of all the models will be in the new flagship Jeep Grand Wagoneer. McIntosh has matched that car's big focus on luxury with what could be one of the best production car audio systems on the market. The SUV will be the exclusive home to the brand's first-ever McIntosh MX1375 Automotive Reference System, which will have 23 speakers, 12-inch subwoofers, a 24-channel 1375W amplifier, and Adaptive 3D Surround Processing for an immersive listening experience. McIntosh will also be offering an MX950 system that features 19 custom-tuned speakers, a 10-inch subwoofer, and a 17-channel amplifier that produces up to 950W of power.

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